witch    umurozi
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witch doctor   umupfumu
(certain kind) umumago
(to have him bewitch someone) kuraguza
(to have him divine) kuraguza
(to seek out evil doers) kuragura
(to take out objects from the body) guhura
(bits of things used for divining) agatēte
(stones, etc. which he claims to take from swollen places on body) umutundiro
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charm    (heathen) igihēko
(heathen, worn on head) urugori
(used by witch doctor) urukorōnko, inkorōnko
('medicine' smeared about kraal to keep away thieves and evil spirits) ururēmbeko
(spell, hex) amarozi
(white shell worn by children) iyugi
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magic    ubumago, amangetengete, amareba
(to take out objects from body, as witch doctors supposedly do) guhura
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umutundiro (imi-)     2  class 2
singular: umu-
plural: imi-
stones, nails, etc., which witch doctor pretends to take from swollen place on body
evil    ikibi, ububi, inābi
(adj.) –bi
(to speak ~ of) gukana, kunegura
(to speak ~ of one another) gucurikanya
(to speak ~ of a ruler) kuyoba
(to seek out ~ doer, witch doctor) kuragura
(to have witch doctor seek out ~ doer) kuraguza
(to sprinkle 'medicine' around house to protect it from ~) kurēmbeka, gutota
(to chase away ~ spirits) gusēnda
(to succeed in persuading someone to leave his ~ ways) gukōndōra
(speaking ~ of another with whom you work) ikēba
(~ deed) ubuhūmbu
(example) akābarore
(~ language, esp. young girl's) ubweruzi
(~ look) igitsūre
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horn    (musical) inzamba
(of animal) ihēmbe
(small, used for tobacco) inconco, iconco
(used by witch doctor) urukorōnko, inkorōnko
(maze of horns) inka zishashe amahēmbe
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guhura (-huze)     v    1. to refuse to eat what you've always eaten, 2. to take objects out of flesh (as witch traditional doctor supposedly does)
divine    guhinyuza, gupfīndūra, kuragura, kuvōvōta
(to have a witch doctor divine) kuraguza
(one who divines) umuraguzi
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agatēte (udu-)     7  class 7
singular: aka-,aga-
plural: utu-,udu-
1. pieces of a certain kind of grass used for weaving, 2. bits of things used by witch doctor to divine
umurozi (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
one who bewitches, witch
urukorōnko (in-)     6  class 6
singular: uru-
plural: in-
charm or horn used by witch doctor
remove    gukūra, gukūraho
(chief) gukōmbōra
(clothing) kwāmbūra
(completely) gutōngōra
(dry leaves from banana trees) gutūtūra
(enchantment) kurogōra
(everything from burning house) gusahura
(foreign body from eye, milk or water) gutosōra
(from cross) kubāmbūra
(from fire or oven) kwōkōra
(from hiding) guhishūra
(from hole in ground, what one has put there) kuzīkuruka
(grass from house) gukākura
(lid of basket) kurumūra
(load from head) gutūra
(skin from drying) kubāmbūra
(sliver for oneself) kwīhāndūra
(taboo) kuzirūra
(things) kuyōra
(things from flesh as witch doctors supposedly do) guhura
(thorn or sliver) guhāndūra
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seek    kurondera
(advice) kugīsha
(assistance to overcome) kugomorera
(doer of evil, as witch doctor does) kuragura
(food) gusuma
(information) kugenzūra
(information about someone) kubariritsa
(one's way) kujurajura
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umumago (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
magician, certain kind of witch doctor
umupfumu (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
witch doctor
kuragura (-raguye)     v    1. to divine, 2. bewitch, 3. seek to know doer of evil (as witch doctor does), 4. to be a mind reader
kuraguza (-raguje)     v    to have witch doctor bewitch another, to have witch doctor to divine, find who did evil
ibitēga    4    something supposed to be in a person making him sick
indwara y'ibitega person is bewitched and acts like a crazy person
indwāra y'ibitēga   phr    person is bewitched and acts like a crazy person
kuroga (-roze)     v    1. to bewitch, 2. to poison (by bewitchment)
kurogana (-roganye)     v    to bewitch each other
kurogera (-rogeye)     v    to bewitch at, for
kurogēsha (-rogēsheje)     v    to cause to bewitch
kurogoza (-rogoje)     v    1. to ask for medicine to counteract bewitchment, 2. take a drink proving it is not poisoned
kurogwa (-rozwe)     v    to be bewitched
kwīyama (-īyamye)     v    kwīyama isazi to switch off flies (cow)
uburozi     8  class 8
singular: ubu-
(no pl.) 1. witchcraft, 2. poison, 3. acid
umuraguzi (aba-)     1  class 1
singular: umu-
plural: aba-
one who bewitches or divines
bewitch    kuragura, kuroga, kuvōvōta
(to have witchdoctor ~ another) kuraguza
(one who bewitches) umuraguzi, umurozi
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switch    (~ off flies) kwīyama isazi
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witchcraft    uburozi
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poison    (to ~ by bewitchment) kuroga
(to take a drink to prove it is not poisoned) kurogoza
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